Hyundai RM20e 810-HP Electric Veloster Concept Track Car Revealed
At its follow-up Electric eTCR Veloster racing car Introduced last year, Hyundai has developed a new battery-powered concept based on our favorite hot hatch. It’s called the RM20e, and like the Veloster eTCR, it has a motor mounted in the middle and the rear wheels rotate. Developed in collaboration with Rimark, it produces 810 horsepower and 708 pounds of torque. That is. . . so many.
The RM20e is the latest in a long line of Hyundai Veloster concept Started in 2015. RM stands for “Racing Midship”. According to the South Korean company, this car is an engineering rolling laboratory to test its new high-performance technology. Powered by a single 800-volt electric motor with a 60.0-kWh lithium-ion battery pack, Hyundai claims that the car can reach 60 miles per hour in less than three seconds and 124 miles per hour in 9.9 seconds. The top speed exceeds 155 miles per hour.
Hyundai says its recent investment and partnership with Croatian company Remac facilitates all of this power concept. The carmaker says that “with the growth of this remake partnership, the platform will continue to evolve”, which means that cooler high-horsepower cars will move forward.
“Our new electronic RM20e proven RM platform forcibly pushes 21 into an eco-friendly new decade.Sh Century, the extension of the envelope of electronics performance in general road environments, ”Hyundai R&D boss Albert Biermann A statement. “The RM20e represents a revolutionary new chapter in electrified performance for the Racing Midship Series and our N-Engineers gain valuable insight into the zero emission performance dynamics.”
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